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to rihanna. for more news download the cbs news app on your cell phone or connected tv. i'm tom hanson, cbs news, new yo . it's tuesday, september 14th, 2021. this is the "cbs morning news." breaking overnight, nicolas makes landfall. the storm slams into texas as a category 1 hurricane bringing heavy rain, storm surges and powerful winds. closing pitch. president biden stumps for california governor gavin newsom who could learn today whether he'll be ousted from office. high alert. u.s. capitol police is bracing for a potentially dangerous rally this weekend. the new security measures to avoid a repeat of the january 6th insurrection.
well, good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. breaking overnight, hurricane nicolas made landfall along the texas coast as a category 1. nicolas packed winds of up to 75 miles per hour. it's bringing potentially life threatening floods, storm surge and destructive winds. the storm's wrath was felt ahead of its landfall around midnight. you can see the magnitude of nicolas's intense winds. as much as 18 inches of rain could fall across the upper texas coastal areas through tomorrow. some people didn't waste any time. they went to stores to stock up on groceries and lined up at gas stations. authorities urged people to take precautions. >> most dangerous time on any storm, when it's flooding, is at night because you can't see. we say it all the time, turn around, don't drive. definitely don't move a barricade. everybody in the city, let's just be safe and let's be good
houstonians. stay at home. >> the texas center is going to move over louisiana. it will be west of where ida hit two weeks ago. the state's governor has already declared a state of emergency. this morning polls appear to show that most voters in california want to keep gavin newsom as governor. the outcome of today's recall election could have national implications for both democrats and republicans heading into the 2020 mid term elections. anthony pura is in los angeles with the very latest on this. anthony, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. polls are set to open in six hours here in california and there are only two questions on the ballot. the first whether or not to recall the governor. the second is who should replace him if he is recalled. there are more than 40 candidates on the ballot. on the eve of california's recall vote, president biden hit the campaign trail to stump for
governor gavin newsom. >> the decision you're about to make, is this going to have a huge impact on california? it's going to reverberate around the nation. >> reporter: the president said larry elder is a follower of president trump. can you imagine him being governor of this state? >> reporter: the recall effort has focused on newsom's handling of the pandemic. elder says if elected he would abolish the state's mask and vaccine mandates on the first day in office. >> he can't defend his record on how he shut down the state on science and homelessness. >> reporter: it shows newsom's popularity of 57%. a simple majority is all that's needed to oustst him. newsom's advisers told cbs news they're confident that he won't be ousted. they believe early voting has provided newsom with an insurmountable lead. >> we have 24 more hours to vote
no on this republican recall. >> reporter: only two u.s. governors have ever been unseated by a recall vote. the last time it happened was in 2003 in california when demoaseb blic arn schwarzene. political experts say that the outcome of this election will likely depend on voter turnout as registered democrats out number registered republicans two to one here in california. anne-marie? >> very interesting. anthony pura in washington. thank you so much. so capitol hill is on high alert ahead of a rally on saturday. demonstrators plan to show support for people charged in the january 6th insurrection. the top intel is concerned about more violence. schuyler henry reports from washington, d.c. >> reporter: u.s. capitol police officers responded to a suspicious vehicle outside the democratic party headquarters on capitol hill. they found the truck with swastikas and no license plate.
they arrested the driver when they found a bayonet and machete inside. security isn capitol hill. ahead of a planned rally this saturday. >> protesters overcome the police. >> reporter: in support of people arrested for storming the capitol on january 6th. intelligence suggests several hundred people, including far right extremist groups, are planning to attend. capitol police chief tom manger briefed both parties monday morning. >> they gave us a good briefing. they're handling it in a professional, thorough way. i think they're much better prepared than things were january 6th. >> reporter: capitol police will be able to utilize the newly installed security cameras which are on loan from the military. it provides a 360 degree view both day and night. they're bringing back the security fencing which was put in place in the aftermath of the january 6th attack. >> the fence will go up a day or
two before. if everything goes well, it will come down very soon after. teeanwle, cour the assault continue.a d 33-year-old landon copeland of utah. he's facing 11 charges including two counts of assaulting police officers. he's accused of using a piece of metal fencing to attack the officer as well as those who came to the officer's rescue. schuyler henry, cbs news, capitol hill. today anthony blinken will be on the hot seat. he faced push back yesterday from republican members of the house foreign affairs committee over the handling of the military withdrawal of afghanistan. gop leaders wanted answers about the evacuation of americans and promises from the taliban on security. >> how is the administration planning to hold the taliban to its commitment to ensure that al qaeda and other terrorist groups are unable to use afghan soil to plan terrorist attacks?
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floods, storm surge and it could dump 18 inches of rain around the state. polls appear to show that most voters in california want to keep gavin newsom as governor. today's recall has focused on newsom's handling of the pandemic. challenger larry elder said if elected he would abolish the vaccine mandates on the first day in office. beginning college can be a humbling experience no matter how smart you are or how old you are. mark strassmann introduces us to a young man who's not your typical student. >> reporter: caleb anderson is adjusting to big changes. his new campus at georgia tech. >> i'm taking integral calculus as a studio for that. >> reporter: see, caleb just turned 13. by far, the youngest whiz kid at one of america's elite engineering schools. >> reporter: have you got some funny looks?
>> oh, yeah. definitely. i also have had those moments where, you know, man, i am at college and, you know, this is incredible. >> reporter: at 9 months caleb learned sign language, reading at 1. >> fun. >> reporter: by 2 doing fractions. 2, 3. at three he qualified for mensa and now an aerospace engineering major instead of a 7th grader. >> i'm being challenged. >> you're not the only smart kid in the room? >> definitely. i think i'm average here. >> class is easy, class is hard? >> class is definitely hard. the one thing that unites everybody in the school is the work is terrifying. >> the function -- >> reporter: but what scares him now could make him even smarter. mark strassmann, cbs news, atlanta. i don't think he's average in any room. coming up on cbs mornings, in
our emmy nominated series, note to self, halie arsenault shares a note to her younger self and colson whitehead talks about his new novel harlem shuffle and visits key locations in his book. actor andrew garfield talks about playing tell evangelist jim backer in the new movie "in the eyes of tammy faye." that's the "cbs morning news." thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day.