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miss "cbs this morning." miss "cbs this morning." from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm from the broadcast center in new captioning funded by cbs it's thursday, july 12th, 2018. this is the "cbs morning news." tension at the nato summit in brussels as president trump increases his demands on our allies. the thai soccer players are showing signs of improvement since their rescue from a cave. now we see how dangerous their escape really was. and problems at papa john's. the founder resigns after using a racial slur.
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good morning from the studio 57 newsroom and cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, nato is under attack by the united states. president trump has flipped the switch on the military alliance. he's questioning the value of its existence with harsh sometimes abrasive language. mr. trump attends a second day of meetings today before heading to great britain. kay kylie atwood has the latest ahead of the summit from brussels. >> reporter: the president doubled down. he tweeted presidents have been trying unsuccessfully for years to get germany and other nato-rich nations to get more to protect from russia. yesterday the pomp and circumstance showcased its military unity between the 29 countries but the president's sharp criticism upended the
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gathering of allies. >> germany, as far as i'm concerned, is captive to russia. >> reporter: only five members including the u.s. are paying the current 2% on defense spending. they're now looking to raise that to 4%. >> there are disagreements, but nato has made decisions and we're delivering on the defense pledge. >> reporter: the summit here in brussels is usually a chance to reaffirm a commitment to defend against soviet aggression. >> sometimes it feels like we punch our friends in the nose and hold our hand out to people who are working strong against us like russia. >> reporter: back in the u.s. there's mixed reaction to the president's attacks. >> the president is right to point out that our nato allies need to adhere to their commitment. >> reporter: the president and russian president meet in helsinki for a summit next week. kylie atwood, cbs news.
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ahead on "cbs this morning," the latest from the contentious nato meeting in brussels. in thailand, the 12 members of the soccer team and their coach are recuperating in a hospital after being rescued from a flooded cave. they had been trapped for more than two weeks and are generally good physically and mentally. we're learning more about the very difficult res skau operation to rescue them now. anna werner has the details. >> reporter: these new images show how challenging the conditions were. divers went through perilous conditions with muddy waters and narrow passages. divers led each boy out one by one, two divers to each boy. the soccer players were given scuba gear to get through harrowing flooded sections wrapped in blanketed and carried by stretchers to dry land.
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their vital signs were closely monitor and given anti-anxiety medicine to stay calm. u.s. military commander hodges guided them. he spoke to "cbs this morning." >> we put them in positive full face masks, so we couldn't see their faces. they were in these flexible litters that kind of wrap around them so they're unable to move. >> reporter: the mission was not only sophisticated but downright dangerous. at one point two teams inside the cave briefly lost all communication. on the third day of rescue oxygen dropped to toxic levels and a new threat of monsoon rain threatened to raise floodwaters. just hours after the main boy was taken out the main pump in the cave malfunctioned sending rushing water rushing in. the last of the thai navy s.e.a.l.s, three divers and a medic who had stayed behind with the group throughout the mission barely made it out. >> thankfully everyone was able to get out of chamber three safely and make their way out. it's a really exciting ending to an awesome mission. >> reporter: as the final ambulances left the cave, people
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lined the streets cheering. at the hospital the boys seen here for the first time since their rescues are generally in good condition. they've been given tetanus and ray by shots and some are on antibiotics and vitamins. meanwhile their families have arrived in waves. their tears have only been allowed through windows. some can stay in the room with the boys but they have to stay six feet away and wear protective clothing. film producers are already sniffing around. looks like this happy rescue story could become a movie. anna werner, cbs news, chiang rai, thailand. well, the pilot of a charter flight that crashed in alaska says he tried to avoid rising terrain, but he just didn't make it. the plane went down tuesday on a remote island near the southern tip of alaska. miraulously the pilot and his ten passengers all survived and
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despite deteriorating weather and low visibility they were rescued hours after the crash. laura podesta is here in new york with more on this. good morning, laura. >> good morning, anne-marie. and now we're learning from the coast guard crew that located that crash plane and rescued everyone on board. they were battling the same elements that disoriented the plane's pilot. thick fog that caused poor visibility. new details are emerging about the cause of this plane crash in alaska. the pilot of the charter taquan aircraft, 72-year-old mike hudgens, told the national transportation safety board he ran into clouds, limiting his visibility, which caused him to become disoriented to the plane's position. he noticed rising terrain ahead of him and tried to gain altitude but couldn't. he instead brought the plane down on a rocky stretch of mountain near ketchikan and called for help. >> i tried to expect the worst,
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and when i got down there, i was pleasantly surprised. where this aircraft crashed, i think it was by the grace of god that the injuries weren't like incredibly severe. >> reporter: facing low visibility and inclement weather, the helicopter located helicopter just 100 feet over the crash and determined it would be safer to bring all 11 survivors back in one trip. the chopper was dangerously low on fuel. >> we were sweating the whole time. >> reporter: one passenger was critically injured. four have been transferred to a seattle hospital, but all are expected to survive. taquan air in a statement called its pilot a skilled professional with thousands of hours of flying experience in alaska and hundreds of hours flying this particular aircraft. we're fortunate to have him as an employee. one of the plane's survivors wrote on facebook about the rescue crew. those brave men put their lives on the line for us, and it was
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so incredibly dangerous. i know that we would have never lasted the night up there. they went above and beyond, and i'll be forever thankful that i'm alive and was able to hug my family tonight. anne-marie? >> laura podesta here in new york. thank you, laura. today the trump administration is scheduled to give a progress report on the return of migrant children separated from their parents at the mexican border. the administration says all children under the age of 5 who have been taken away from their families will be reunited to their families by this morning. the american civil liberties union says that won't happen. in all, 2,300 children were separated from their parents. the federal judge has ordered they all be returned by july 26th. the chairman of the board of the papa john pizza franchise john schnatter resign after apologizing for using a racial
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slur. schlatter used the "n" word during a call for training. he resigned as ceo after last year after blaming the slowed growth an outcry over the kneeing during the "national anthem." and now an update on a story we reported earlier this week. the police officer who failed to take action while a man in chicago harassed a woman wearing a shirt with the puerto rican flag has resigned. >> why are you wearing that? >> because i can. officer, can you please -- >> officer patrick connor was put on desk duty while the incident was investigating. connor resigned yesterday. prosecutors are considering charging the man who screamed at the woman with a hate crime. and coming up on the "morning news," jailhouse move. why paul manafort is getting his vip treatment yanked as he ail waits trial on fraud.
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soccer fans in the croatian capital of zagreb celebrated as croatia defeated england yesterday in the world cup semifinals in crrussia. croatia is now headed to its first ever world cup final when it faces france on sunday. the team rallied from behind to defeat england 2-1 on a goal and extra time. croatia with just over 4 million people is the smallest nation to appear in the final since uruguay in 1950. the navy has authorized new hairstyles for women, and the deputy attorney general asks for help. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. "the new york times" reports on what it calls an unusual request. deputy attorney general rod rosenstein is asking federal prosecutors to help review the
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court documents for nominee brett kavanaugh. he asked each office to provide up to three prosecutors to help vet kavanaugh. rosenstein wrote he expected to need the equivalent of 100 full-time lawyers to work on kavanaugh's cabinet confirmation hearing. it seems unusual. the "washington post" reports a federal judge ordered paul manafort to be moved from a virginia jail where he has vip treatment. the judge wants manafort to be closer to his lawyers. his current jail has a private living area, a bathroom, shower, and computer, manafort is staac weeks. le>> the "hehodunolulu star-advertiser" reports the hawaii supreme court has sided
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taking jardiance with a sulfonylurea or insulin may cause low blood sugar. tell your doctor about all the medicines you take and if you have any medical conditions. man: ask your doctor about jardiance and get to the heart of what matters. here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. on the "cbs moneywatch," limiting open point production. and the u.s. becomes a top oil player. diane king hall at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, diane. >> good morning, anne-marie. the u.s. is on pace to become the world's biggest oil producer. that hasn't happened since the
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1970s. the u.s. oil department says oil will grow to 8 million barrels a day pushing production ahead of both saudi arabia and russia. that could change if they boost their production. meanwhile the price of oil fell partly because libya said it will start exporting oil again. here on wall street the stocks sowered on news that president trump plans to impose more tariffs on chinese imports. here on wall street, the dow tumbled 219 points, the s&p 500 lost 19 points. the nasdaq dropped 42 points. a new rule from the drug enforcement administration requires drug companies to justify need for opioids before they manufacture them. the dea could issue stricter limits on opioids if they feel they're being misused. attorney general jeff sessions says the dea will be more responsive to the response on the ground. and american eagle has begun an ad campaign that uses women with disabilities.
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it showcases models in all shapes and sizes. they're women in wheelchairs or insulin arm pumps. one is a cancer survivor, another a down syndrome person. i cheerm i'm cheering the idea. >> i'm cheering it too. >> beautiful. >> diane king hall at the new york stock exchange. thanks so much. still ahead, a firefighter's last heroic act. we remember the man killed in a giant gas explosion in wisconsin. alcohol based mouthwash burns. and that could leave you with... burn face! but colgate total mouthwash is different. it kills 99% of germs without the burn of alcohol! kill germs without the burn. try colgate total mouthwash today! you finished preparing overhim for, in 24 hours, you'll send him off thinking you've done everything for his well-being.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. in a ceremony at a u.s. navel base in japan, the head of the navy added senator john mccain's name to a guided missile destroyer that's already
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named for his father and grandfather. all three generations of the mccains have the same name. the "uss john mccain" was commissioned in 1994. last year ten soldiers were kill when the ship collided with an oil tanker near singapore. the navy says it hopes to put the ship back out to sea by next spring. adult film star stormy daniels who claimed she had a sexual encounter with donald trump was arrested last night. daniels was arrested in a strip club in columbus, ohio. her lawyer michael avenatti said she was arrested for allowing a customer to touch her in a, quote, nonsexual manner while on stage. avenatti said it was a setup and politically motivated. a volunteer firefighter killed in a natural gas explosion in wisconsin is being lovingly remember as a hero and loving husband and father. hundreds lined the streets to
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honor 34-year-old captain cory barr. he was checking on a gas leak at a restaurant he and his wife owned tuesday when it exploded. he and others helped evacuate more than 100 people to safety. >> it's maddening. he cared for the fire department so much, and, you know, i always admired him and looked up to him because i feel like it takes a special person to be on the fire department and be running in toward something that everyone else is running away from. >> barr leaves behind his wife and twin 3-year-old girls. and reality tv star kylie jenner is on track to become the youngest self-made billionaire in u.s. history? that's according to "forbes." the 20-year-old is on the cover of "forbes" billionaire issue. much of it comes from the cosmetics company she launched
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two years ago. she also makes millions from her tv shows and endorsements. and coming up on "cbs this morning," john blackstone takes us to a silicon valley company that's about to make flying cars a reality. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." that's about to make flying car as reality. e i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." ♪ [engine accelerating] ♪ get outta the way! ♪ they've gone wild! ♪ saddle up! ♪ toyota. let's go places.
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our top stories this morning. president trump attends the second day of the nato summit in brussels. yesterday the president blasted allies over defense spending and questioned the necessity of the long-term military alliance. he took particular aim at germany's natural gas venture with russia saying germany was captive to russia. the 12 boys and the soccer coach rescued from the cave in thailand are recovering in an isolation ward. in this video they can be seen flashing the "v" for victory sign. and talking to nurses. doctors say the boys are
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generally in good physical and mental health. they're expected to remain hospitalized through the weekend. and the chairman of the papa john pizza board, john schnatter" resigned after using the "n" word. he used it during a training session. he called the language inappropriate and hurtful. the trump administration says all migrant children under the age of 5 who were separated at the border will have been reunited with their parents by this morning if they were eligible. at least 38 families were reunited since tuesday. the aclu says they missed a deadline to reunite dozens of others. mireya villarreal tells us about one reunion. >> reporter: this is the first meal this fare and daughter have shared together in nearly a month. after fleeing the violence in honduras, they presented themselves at a texas border checkpoint and asked for asylum.
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they were split up for 27 days. he spent most of the night reassuring her they were together and they wouldn't be separated anymore, and everything was going to be okay. >> reporter: on the ride to the airport, they told me how hard it was to be separated. >> he had to lie to his daughter and tell her he was going to come and get her soon and go with the agent and get cookies and he would be back and meet with her soon. >> reporter: they were able to speak by phone just once. do you regret it? no. he says he doesn't regret it because he knows even if he has to go back, she will stay here and she will be safe. >> reporter: this will be fernanda's first plane ride. they're headed to maryland to live with family while their asylum request is being reviewed. he's given his number to several separated parents he's met along the way, hoping he can somehow help them. >> i know what all the
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difficulties are you are going through. keep reminding yourself why you're here and this is about the children and keeping them safe. >> reporter: mireya villarreal, cbs news, el paso. well, coming up on "cbs this morning," john blackstone takes us to a silicon valley company that's about to make flying cars a reality. plus, in the ongoing series "a more perfect union," the story of a teenager, a cop, and their unlikely bond. and celebrity facebook scams. look at the way famous people are taking steps to combat social media. that's the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. thanks for watching. -- captions by vitac --
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i'm kenny choi. let's take a live look of coit tower in san francisco. foggy to start this thursday,
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july 12th. i'm kenny choi. >> and i'm michelle griego. it was foggy. as soon as i got out of the caldecott tunnel on the other side, ran right into it. >> it comes from the ocean. that's what it does. and it's back again this morning. very similar to yesterda morning, but today the big difference is you may see it already. but it's going to be very sticky out there today. so humidity levels on the rise by about 10 to 25%. so it's going to be a muggy kind of day. morning fog but then afternoon high clouds. that's all that monsoonal moisture. you know, the stuff that's been bringing dust storms and thunderstorms for arizona? that's now working its way up north. so we'll see some high clouds from it. also a very minimal chance of thunderstorms for higher elevations including the sierra and north bay hills. right now, this is not looking good for drivers heading through tracy. our "super commuters" westbound 205 you are down to just one


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