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against the u-s territory of guam... in the face of president trump's warning about "fire and north. now at noon, north korea makes threats against the united states territory of guam in the face of president trump's warning about fire and fury toward the north. good afternoon, i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. cbs news' weijia jang is live in washington with the latest.
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weijia. >> reporter: michelle, the white house press secretary says the newly minted chief of staff general john kelly was well aware of the tone and strength of president trump's message before he delivered it, adding those words were the president's own. president trump's warning to north korea not clearly heard in pyongyang. >> they will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen. >> reporter: within hours, the communist country responded. the army issued a statement saying it is examining plans to make an enveloping fire at the thsmall pacific island has two military bases housing more than 6,000 has made a nuclear warhead small enough to fit on top of a ballistic missile. >> it's the goal of the american president to stop north korea from having an icbm that can hit america with a nuclear weapon on top. he would go to war to prevent
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that. >> reporter: on twitter this morning, president trump said his first order as president was to renovate and modernize america's nuclear arsenal and that it is now far strong and more powerful than ever before. he went on to say he hopes to never use that power. some trump administration critics say the president needs to tone down the rhetoric, but the president's secretary of state is defending e tough talk. >> what the president is doing is sending a strong message to north korea in language that kim jong-un would understand. >> reporter: secretary of state rex tillerson made those comments on his way to a refueling stop in guam. he said he is not worried about the north korean reth d at sleeanp, either. several east asian countries are on high alert and china issued a statement saying the situation on the korean peninsula is highly sensitive and that it hopes all parties involved can stop aggravating each other to avoid escalation. michelle? >> and weijia, we just learned
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today, investigators for robert mueller special counsel searched the home of president trump's former campaign manager paul manafort. tell us about that? >> reporter: actually, this manart coirmethat archn fo ppened and also saidr manafort has always been very cooperative with the law. of course, he has been the subject of an ongoing investigation into his past political work in ukraine and you're right, now special counsel mueller is looking to see if he is involved in broader investigation into russian ties during the presidential election. manafort has said he has not done anything wrong. >> all right. weijia jang live in washington, dc, thank you. people with loved ones in guam are nervous despite secretary of state rex tillerson urging people to remain calm. kpix 5's neda iranpour spoke with a popular baker from guam here in the bay area to find out how people are reacting to the threats. >> reporter: the u.s. territory in the pacific may be nearly 6,000 miles away from the bay
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tyea, but the presence here iski herero a third generation baker is praying for his family. >> of course, it made me nervous. we don't want to see the death and destruction that could happen. >> reporter: he grew up in guam. his parents and siblings still there. >> you know, i've seen fighter jets and naval elites coming and going. we are confidence with our capability in the defense of the island. >> reporter: threats are common from north korea, but this time he says it's different. >> they're on edge because you don't know what this new korean president kim jong-un also with donald trump's statement of bringing, you know, fire and fury just kind of escalates, you know, the attention. >> reporter: on north korea state tv, the country said it plans to strike guam and in guam, the mindset is dismal. >> i'll be straight honest. i'm not prepared physically. >> reporter: the island with the population of more than 160,000 stands only 12 is cover
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military base. guam is armed with a terminal high altitude area defense, proving the u.s. can detect, track and intercept ballistic missiles. >> to predict but demonstrate that at this time is extremely important for the defense of our nation. >> reporter: as two powerful nations prove they have powerful weapons, the war of words gets heated. and all he can do is hope this fight is just that, a war of words and nothing else. >> all we can do is really pray and leave it in god's hands and hope for the best. >> reporter: neda iranpour for kpix 5. new at noon, police have locad the guardian of a 2- year-old found wandering alone in san jose overnight. kpix 5 reporter jessica flores has more details from the apartment complex where the boy was found. >> reporter: a security guard here at the woods apartment complex in san jose tells us this is the area that toddler was found nd 30 a.m. it's still a mystery how he got
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here. the security guard saw the boy and he was dirty and only wearing a diaper. he said a couple ead foaround h before police got here. about six hours after he was found, police announced they have located the boy's guardian. >> at 9:2 1, we received today call from a person saying they were missing their 2-year-old child. when officers arrived at that location, which was nearby, they confirmed a lot of the details that we already had. our officers are currently interviewing the guardian to determinho the inis contact with our family violence unit to determine what's the next step. >> reporter: police tell us the boy is in the care of child services. in san jose, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. afliceter caught up with th suspect accused of murdering a
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man in belmont. jovhon alexander stewart was taken into custody at the union city bart station this morning. investigators say that start ot and killed dejohn jones at an apartment on saturday. the incident marks belmont's first homicide of thyepoe ar at > several bart stations. they are trying to end the spike in crime. kpix 5's jackie ward on the latest arrest in connection to two violent acts this week. >> reporter: in a few hours, the man accused of two unprovoked attacks on bart riders that happened last week is expected to make his first court appearance. 42-year-old mario washington of berkeley is allegedly the man behindhappened thursday at the bay fair station in san leandro. bart police say washington hit a passenger in the head with a metal object, then punched and kicked the victim before running out of the stban.rtioay the suspect punched a passenger twice in the face. witnesses say both attacks were
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unwarranted. these are assaults are part of the reason that starting today, bart increasing security patrols in san francisco and oakland. this pisassenger is happy beca of the number of homeless people she sees every day on bart. >> you're trapped. you get on the train and you leave your car and the door close, and then you're on for the ride. and you're with these people for 20, 30 minutes aniteaprm. po: d other people at the rockridge station say they already feel safe on bart and don't know if more patrols will change anything. >> once in a while you'll see some transients on the bart. but other than that, it's been safe. and i have been doing this for quite a while. >> i'm comfortable with bart. least me in the same spot. >> reporter: washington is being held on $40,000 bail. in dublin, jackie ward, kpix 5. a big bust in richmond, the s.w.a.t. team and detectives searched a home on santa rita road and found a loaded pistol with no
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serial number, crystal meth, tar heroin, cocaine, ecstasy pills, and cash. detectives also found three stolen cars with switched or wiped-out v.i.n. numbers. police arrested a man living at the house and his female companion. he was on bail for attempted murder in solano county we are just learned cal/osha is now investigating what caused a massive nd oncran in campbell. no one was hurt. the crane was replacing a power pole in a backyard when it tipped over and crashed into the roof of a neighboring home an latimer avenue yesterday. no one was inside at the time. police are treating the incident as an accident. cal/osha has six months to issue citations due to any possible violations. french government officials are calling it an ambush. a man drove his car into soldiers outside paris. cbs reporter teri okita on how police later captured the suspect. >> reporter: french authorities say the driver of a bmw waited in a cul-de-sac, then rammed his clhivee injust as they were
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changing shifts. six are hurt, three with serious injuries. this local resident heard what she described as screams of pain and distress. [ in french ] >> reporter: she says i saw two bodies, two soldiers on the ground. one in a really bad way. government officials call it a cowardly calculated ambush. spial forces caught the suspect hours after the attack after a shootout on a highway in northern france. the attack happened in a paris suburb well known for being the foadquarters of france's main intellce soldiers serving in operation sentinel, a unit created to protect french sites after a series of deadly islamic extremist attacks. since 2012, nine police officers have died in terrorist incidents across paris. just last weekend, a man shouting "allahu akbar" tried
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to stab a security d guarat the eiffel tower. in june two terror attacks along thechamps elysees and notre dame particularly targeted police officer. migrants are now going to canada. many are making the trip in champlain, new york. once they cross they are processed in tents and then get application for refuge. they hope canada's policies will give better security as the trump administration cracks down on illegal immigration. >> [ indiscernible >> back to our country so we don't want to happen to us so actually want a good like for us and my mother want a good life. >> there is no guarantee they can stay in canada. but in most cases, the msmigrts processed and that can sometimes take years.
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still ahead, cash for carpooling. a bay area county offering a new incentive if you buddy up on the roads. >> plus, good news, bad news, for flyers. new numbers on how likely it is you will get bumped from a flight and whether you'll be arriving on time. >> we have had backups at sfo all day, due to the clouds that have been lining the bay and even marched inland early this morning. we are still gray around the bay. we'll talk about the clearing and when to expect it coming up.
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it's offering up to four-dollars a day... to drivers and riders who use the carpooling app "scoop." san mateo county wants to give carpoolers some cash. it's offering up to $4 a day to
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drivers and riders who use the carpooling app, scoop. one million dollars in county funds will be used for the program. drivers will get the extra incentive on top of what they already receive from riders through the app. the experiment will run for one year or until the money runs out. some positive news for air travelers. the number of passengers being bumped from their flights has gone down to the lowest level since 1995. e pahly one in every 20,000 ssenwa first half of the year. but airline complaints and cancellations up. on time arrivals refellwe with 76% of flights arriving on time. jetblue is teaming thwifr create a new customer service system. gladly's technology will allow crew members to see the complete history of a customer's interaction with the airline. jetblue says it wants to help its customers more quickly on various social media platforms like twitter and facebook by using records of their past experiences. let's take a live look out
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at the big board. let's see how the market is doing. you can see the dow is down about 74 points. the mega millions jackpot is growing. no one had all the winning numbers in last night's drawing. but four people did win a million dollars including someone in california. the next drawing is friday. the grand prize will be 38 $2 million, and that's the sixth biggest -- $382 million, and that's the sixth biggest jackpot in the history of the game. the powerball jackpot is also at more than $300 million. and that drawing is tonight. i don't know. i'm feeling lucky. >> if i win the lottery friday, i won't come to work saturday. [ laughter ] >> i don't work saturday! that's a bear swimming in tahoe keys. it's going to get al-- me this this morning. she was kayaking. she goes look, it's a bear swimming! yes. and did you see all some blue
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sky here in tahoe? we have that forecast coming up, also some blue skies now in the san jose area after being totally socked in all morning long. we have been drizzling around the bay with the very deep marine layer. temperatures right now 50s in san francisco, 72 redwood city. it's 70 in san jose. jim our napa weather watcher says it's 70 degrees and fog is just burning off. that's helpful, thank atreand retreat back to the open waters. we do have this upper level area of prloesw su suway over t too. and between the two, they call it a "rex block." so what we see today we are going to have again tomorrow. it's the enhancement of the low clouds and fog along the coast surgely locally inland a good 60 to 70 miles. tonight the low clouds will return. we'll kick-start the day tomorrow. steady temperatures through the weekend. 91 state capital today. there's that chance ofa late-
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day thunderstorm in the high sierra. no clearing in monterey bay and 100 in redding. today, with the saturation ofclouds, the fog, the drizzle at the coast, no sunshine pacifica, 64. partial bay clearing 60s and low 70s. 70s, 80s peninsula. settling into the 80s inland. the 8:09. these are the temperatures we can expect today. 92. that's our outside number towards the delta. also to the north in lower lake, where yesterday it was 100 degrees. we have a prettygn be er weanit of the year. we have a baseball game at 12:35. if you are not there yet, you're late. [ laughter ] >> 63 degrees. another game, on this side of the bay bridge, we have the giants playing host to the world champions, the chicago cubs. >> got to love that. baseball in the bay area in the 60s and we're in august. >> and jackets! right? >> yeah. >> great. >> the boys of summer.
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they're cold! still ahead, no coddling for these cute pups. a new study showing tough love could be the best choice when training guide dogs. >> and what's cool about your summer camp? email your nomination to us at coolcamps@, and we may feature your camp on the thursday morning show.
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and it may not be good for your pets, either. evidence shows that being a
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helicopterarent may not be good for kids. and it may not be good for your pets, either. a new study suggest beguide dogs are more successful wh giinte thering was associated with programmed failure and mothers whose nursing style required greater effort were more likely to produce successful offspring. >> one of the findings was that pups who were perhaps overly mothered and moms were overly attentive to them spending a lot of time with them licking them, copiously, that those pups were not as likely to be selected as guides. >> around 70of dogswh entered guide dog training programs are successful. from cute dogs to cute birds at the sacramento zoo. the flamingo chicks got into the pool for the very first time. they're not pink!
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heythe six chicedch hstla fintrs t moofh. the species to be born at the zoo since 1999. ♪[ music ] >> a reminder now, if you have a consumer problem or question, email or call us:
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how about a taste of the
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tropics for your next dessert? today tony tantillo looks at dragon fruit. >> reporter: ell, today's tip of the day is going to be with dragon fruit. i have done tips before and somebody tries them, they email me and say that was delicious! it's like dessert in a little package like this. out of this world loaded with sugar and flavorful. you do nothing with it you cut it in half, get a spoon and you take out the insides. it's that good. when you buy them, make sure they're beautiful red all the way ound with a little leaves that come out nice and green, heavy for their size which is ornt. ta thste ornot to be stored at room temperature. dragon fruit, in the market, ready to enjoy. and i'm tony tantillo, your fresh grocer. nd always remember to eat y. yoovll llthst again, look how beautiful that is! >> it does look cool. check this out. on the left you see a coyote waing sign and in the distance a coyote!
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do you see that? we captured a video near coit tower this morning. how neighbors and pet owners on telegraph hill are reacting to this. we are going to have that and more at 5:00er. iall the time in search of them. i never have seen them. i just see the signs. >> i'll bring my peanut butter and jelly sandwich. >> not a good idea. don't do it. >> have a great day. [ laughter ] c musi[ ♪ ]
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